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1 CHAPTER II LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL NURSES and LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES and CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR NURSING ASSISTANTS/NURSE AIDES Section 1. Statement of Purpose. These rules and regulations are adopted to implement the board s authority: To regulate the qualifications of: practice nursing, and tasks. (A) (B) The registered professional nurse and the licensed practical nurse to The certified nursing assistant/nurse aide to carry out delegated nursing (ii) To set forth the requirements and procedures for being so qualified. (iii) To set forth the requirements for granting temporary permits and graduate temporary permits for registered professional nurses, licensed practical nurses, foreign nurses, advanced practitioners of nursing, and certified nursing assistants/nurse aides. (iv) To set forth the requirements and/or procedures for the biennial renewal of recognition and/or licensure of all nurses. (v) To set forth the requirements and procedures for the biennial renewal of certification of nursing assistants/nurse aides. Section 2. Licensure by Examination. Preparation for licensure by examination: A candidate from a state board approved nursing education program preparing students for registered professional nurse licensure shall be eligible to take the national nursing licensure examination for registered professional nurses; (ii) A candidate from a state board approved nursing education program preparing students for practical nurse licensure shall be eligible to take the national nursing licensure examination for practical nurses; (iii) The Board shall notify the administrative head of the nursing education program of the examination process;

2 (iv) The board shall notify the nursing education program of the overall performance of the program s candidates on the examination. Individual examination results shall not be released to the program without written consent from the candidates. (b) The candidate shall: Be required to fulfill all requirements for licensure by examination, as stated in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act, W.S ; (ii) Submit the application and fee for the national nursing licensure examination to the national testing service; (iii) Submit the application and fee for licensure by examination to the board; (iv) Submit the finger print cards and required fees to obtain state and national criminal history record information; (v) Request the registrar s office to submit an official transcript; the official transcript shall be on file with the board before permission shall be granted to the candidate to take the examination. Section 3. Certification by Examination for Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides. Preparation for certification by examination: A candidate who has graduated from a state or board approved nursing assistant/ nurse aide training and competency evaluation program shall be eligible to write the national or board approved certifying examination (NACEP) for certified nursing assistants/nurse aides; (ii) The board shall notify the administrative head of the nursing assistant/nurse aide training and competency evaluation program of the examination dates, application deadlines and method for obtaining appropriate applications; (iii) A candidate shall be required to pass a national nursing assistant/nurse aide certifying examination with a minimum score determined by the board, to be eligible for certification by examination. (b) The board may allow a candidate to sit for the appropriate national or board approved certification examination a total of ten (10) times. following graduation. Eligibility to sit for the examination shall be within the two (2) year period (ii) The board shall notify the nursing assistant/nurse aide training and competency evaluation program of the overall performance of the program s candidates on the written and skills examinations.

3 (c) The candidate shall: Submit evidence of having graduated from a state or board approved nursing assistant/nurse aide training and competency evaluation program which meets OBRA guidelines (Public Law ) and is recognized by the board; (A) The evidence shall be on file with the board before permission is granted to the candidate to write the examination; (B) The board shall grant permission to the candidate to take the skills examination at the convenience of the testing program. board; (ii) Submit an application for certification as a nursing assistant/nurse aide to the board; (A) The candidate or the candidate s employer shall submit the fee to the (iii) Submit the application for the approved nursing assistant/nurse aide certification examination program to the testing service by the designated deadline date; (A) The candidate or the candidate s employer shall submit the fee to the testing service by the designated deadline date. (iv) Submit the finger print cards and required fees to obtain state and national criminal history record information; Section 4. Examinations for Licensure for Nurses A candidate shall be required to pass a national nursing licensure examination with the minimum score determined by the board to be eligible for licensure by examination. (b) The board shall notify the candidate by mail of the candidate s test results on all examinations after receipt of the test results from the national testing services. (c) A candidate who fails an examination and wishes to retake the examination shall submit the appropriate applications and fees for re-examination to the board and the national testing service for each re-examination. (d) The board may allow a candidate to sit for the appropriate national licensure examination a total of ten (10) times. following graduation. Section 5. Eligibility to sit for the examination shall be within the five (5) year period Certification By Deeming For Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides.

4 1989; or The candidate must have successfully completed: A Wyoming nursing assistant/nurse aide training program prior to January 1, (ii) The first semester of a Wyoming nursing education program or comparable outof-state nursing education program. (A) The application for deeming shall be made within two years of completing the first semester of the nursing education program. (b) The candidate shall: Submit evidence of having completed a training program which was at least 75 hours in length and substantially met federal requirements; (ii) Submit evidence of having passed a constructed competency evaluation program that is acceptable to the board; (iii) Submit evidence that the principal instructor in the training program was a qualified registered nurse who substantially met federal requirements; (iv) Request that the original certifying agency, training program, or school of nursing submit a verification form to the board attesting to the candidate s training, competency evaluation, and the principal instructor s qualifications; (A) The original certifying agency, training program, or school of nursing may submit an official transcript verifying completion of course work. The transcript may be considered by the board for verification purposes; board; (v) Submit an application for certification as a nursing assistant/nurse aide to the (A) designated deadline date; The candidate or the candidate s employer shall submit the fee by the (vi) Submit the finger print cards and required fees to obtain state and national criminal history record information; (c) A candidate who is unable to provide satisfactory verification of his/her training, competency evaluation, and principal instructor s qualifications, shall be required to meet the requirements for certification by examination. Section 6. Licensure by Endorsement for Nurses. An applicant shall:

5 Be required to fulfill all requirements for licensure by endorsement as stated in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act, W.S (b); (ii) Submit the application and fee for licensure by endorsement to the board; (iii) Submit the finger print cards and required fees to obtain state and national criminal history record information; (iv) Submit the verification of licensure from the jurisdiction of original licensure for verification by examination and status of license since the original date of issuance; and (v) Submit evidence of meeting the requirements for Continued Competency of Licensees Continuing In, Or Returning To Practice. Section 7. Certification by Endorsement for Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides. An applicant for endorsement shall submit: A completed application; (ii) Written documentation indicating successful completion of a state approved nursing assistant/nurse aide training and competency evaluation program; (iii) (iv) (v) employment; and (vi) Evidence of continued competency as defined by the board; Verification of certification from the jurisdiction of original certification; Verification of certification and registry status from jurisdiction of most recent The required fee. (b) An applicant for endorsement shall have committed no acts which were grounds for disciplinary action, or if the act was committed, the state has found after investigation that sufficient restitution has been made and the applicant no longer presents a threat to the public safety. (c) An applicant who successfully meets the requirements of this section is entitled to certification as a certified nursing assistant/nurse aide within thirty (30) days after meeting the requirements. Certification by endorsement facilitates interstate mobility for nursing assistants/ nurse aides while maintaining minimal competency. (d) An applicant who is unable to provide satisfactory verification of training, competency evaluation, and principal instructor s qualifications, shall be required to meet the requirements for certification by examination.

6 Section 8. Licensure of Foreign Educated Nurses, Including Canadian Nurses. A foreign registered or practical nurse applicant who has received nursing education outside of the United States and has written the English version of a board approved national nursing licensure examination in the United States and passed with a minimum score determined by the board: Shall be required to fulfill all requirements for licensure by endorsement as stated in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act W.S (b); (ii) May secure a temporary permit to practice nursing upon fulfillment of all requirements as stated in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act W.S (b) A foreign registered or practical nurse applicant who has received nursing education outside of the United States and has not passed a board approved national nursing licensure examination in the United States: Shall be required to fulfill requirements for licensure by examination as stated in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act, W.S ; (ii) Shall be required to pass the screening examination offered by a national certifying organization and receive a certificate. The board shall secure verification that a certificate has been issued to the applicant; (A) Request the foreign nursing education program submit an official transcript, accompanied by an English translation, to the national certifying organization. Deficiencies identified in the basic registered nurse or practical nurse education programs shall be corrected in a board approved nursing education program before the applicant shall be allowed to sit for the national nursing licensure examination; (B) Request the appropriate authority(s) in the country of the nursing education program to submit directly to the national certifying organization verification of government approval status of the nursing education program; (iii) Shall submit evidence of English proficiency as the board may require, if English is not the first language of the applicant; (iv) Shall be licensed to practice as a registered or practical nurse, or the equivalent, in the country of the applicant s nursing education program; (v) Shall be scheduled for a board approved national nursing licensure examination; (vi) Shall be required to pass a board approved national nursing licensure examination with a minimum score determined by the board; (vii) Shall not be eligible to secure a graduate temporary permit.

7 Section 9. Temporary Permits. Temporary Permit Pending Licensure. A professional or practical nurse who is currently licensed to practice nursing in another jurisdiction and who meets requirements for licensure by endorsement may obtain a temporary permit while the application is being processed. A temporary permit may be issued for ninety (90) days and shall be nonrenewable. (A) To request a temporary permit, the applicant shall: (I) Submit to the board the application and fee for licensure by endorsement, and a current license (in good standing) from another jurisdiction. (b) Temporary Permit Without Licensure. A professional or practical nurse who is currently licensed to practice nursing in another jurisdiction may obtain a temporary permit without applying for licensure by endorsement. A temporary permit may be issued for ninety (90) days and shall be nonrenewable. A temporary permit without licensure shall be issued to an individual only one time. (A) To request a temporary permit without licensure, the applicant shall: (I) Submit to the board the application and fee for temporary permit without licensure, and a current license (in good standing) from another jurisdiction. (c) Temporary Permit to Graduates of Foreign Schools of Nursing. An applicant for licensure by examination or licensure by endorsement who received basic nursing education outside the United States, shall follow the requirements as stated in Licensure of Foreign Nurses, Section 8 of this Chapter. (d) Graduate Temporary Permit. The board may issue a temporary permit to a new graduate of a state board approved professional or practical nursing education program pending the receipt of the candidate s test results. (A) To request a graduate temporary permit, the candidate shall: examination. board the official transcript. (I) (II) Submit to the board the application and fee for licensure by Request the nursing education program to submit directly to the (III) A notarized statement from the administrative head of the program indicating the candidate s graduation from the program may be acceptable to the board pending receipt of the official transcript.

8 (ii) (iii) A graduate temporary permit is valid for 90 days. A graduate temporary permit is nonrenewable. (iv) A graduate temporary permit shall become invalid if the candidate fails to pass the national nursing licensure examination. (v) A graduate temporary permit shall be returned to the board if a candidate fails to pass the national nursing licensure examination. (A) The candidate shall be ineligible to practice as a graduate nurse or graduate practical nurse without a valid graduate temporary permit. (vi) A graduate of a state board approved professional nursing education program who has been issued a graduate temporary permit, may use the title, Graduate Nurse, and the abbreviation, G.N.. (vii) A graduate of a state board approved practical nursing education program who has been issued a graduate temporary permit, may use the title, Graduate Practical Nurse, and the abbreviation, G.P.N.. (viii) A graduate nurse or graduate practical nurse holding a graduate temporary permit shall practice only under the supervision of a registered professional nurse. (ix) A graduate nurse or graduate practical nurse holding a graduate temporary permit shall be held to the established Standards of Nursing Practice. (e) Graduate Temporary Permit for Certified Nurse Midwives, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, and Advanced Practitioners of Nursing (APN) who do not hold Master s Degrees. Pending the receipt of a candidate s test results on the first national specialty APN certifying examination offered after graduation and for which the candidate is eligible, the board may issue a temporary permit to a new graduate of a nationally accredited nursing education program which prepares Advanced Practitioners of Nursing (APN). (A) To request a graduate temporary permit, the candidate shall: (I) Submit to the board the application and fee(s) for specialty area(s) of recognition as an Advanced Practitioner of Nursing. (II) Request that the nationally accredited APN education program submit directly to the board the official transcript. (III) Provide proof of having applied for the first national specialty APN certifying examination offered after the candidate s graduation and for which the candidate was eligible.

9 (B) A graduate temporary permit may be valid until the time the examination results are received and the recognition issued. (C) A graduate temporary permit shall be nonrenewable. (D) A graduate temporary permit shall become invalid if the candidate fails to take and pass the first national specialty APN certifying examination offered after the candidate s graduation and for which the candidate is eligible. (E) The graduate temporary permit shall be returned to the board if a candidate fails to take and pass the first national specialty APN certifying examination offered after the candidate s graduation and for which the candidate is eligible. (I) The candidate shall be ineligible to practice as a graduate advanced practitioner of nursing without a valid graduate temporary permit. (F) A graduate of a nationally accredited APN education program who has been issued a graduate temporary permit, may use the title, Graduate Advanced Practitioner of Nursing, and the abbreviation, G.A.P.N.. (G) A graduate APN holding a graduate temporary permit shall practice only under the supervision of an appropriately recognized APN and/or licensed physician. (H) A graduate APN holding a graduate temporary permit shall be held to the established Standards of Nursing and Advanced Practice. (f) Graduate Temporary Permit for Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides. The candidate, who completes both the written and skills portions of the board approved certification examination, may be eligible to receive a temporary permit to practice as a graduate nursing assistant/nurse aide, pending the results of the certification examination. (A) A temporary permit shall not be issued to any applicant who has not taken the board approved certification examination or who has failed either portion of the examination; (B) A graduate temporary permit may be valid until the time the examination results are received and the certificate is issued. (C) A graduate temporary permit shall be nonrenewable. (D) A graduate temporary permit shall become invalid if the candidate fails to pass the certification examination. (E) The graduate temporary permit shall be returned to the board if a candidate fails to pass the certification examination.

10 nurse aide; (I) The candidate shall be ineligible to practice as a nursing assistant/ (II) If the candidate fails the written and/or skills portion of the examination, the Board shall immediately notify the candidate by mail of the failure and the need to schedule the examination; (III) A candidate who fails one or both parts of the examination and wishes to retake the failed part or parts of the examination shall be allowed to take the respective parts of the examination a total of ten (10) times, regardless of the jurisdiction in which the examination was administered; (IV) A candidate who fails the examination ten (10) times within a two-year period, shall be required to complete a state board approved training program before reapplying to take the approved competency examinations or making application for certification. (F) A graduate nursing assistant/nurse aide holding a graduate temporary permit shall practice only under the supervision of a licensed nurse. (G) A graduate nursing assistant/nurse aide holding a graduate temporary permit shall be held to the established Standards of Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aide Practice. (H) The Board shall notify the candidate by mail of his or her examination results within thirty (30) days after receipt of both the written and skills test results from the national testing service. (I) A candidate shall be ineligible to practice as a graduate nursing assistant/ nurse aide or as a certified nursing assistant/nurse aide without appropriate certification. (I) A nursing assistant/nurse aide or student in a state-approved nursing assistant/nurse aide training and competency evaluation program may be employed in a nursing facility for four (4) months prior to certification. (II) A nursing assistant/nurse aide, student nursing assistant/nurse aide, or graduate nursing assistant/nurse aide shall not be employed in a home health agency as a home health nurse aide prior to certification. (J) A graduate of a state board approved nursing assistant/nurse aide training and competency evaluation program who has been issued a graduate temporary permit, may use the title, Graduate Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aide and the abbreviation, GNA. Section 10. Biennial Renewal of Recognition and/or Licensure for All Nurses. The Board shall mail application(s) for renewal of recognition and/or licensure to current licensees on or before December 31st of every even year. The application(s) shall be mailed to the licensee s last known address.

11 (b) The board shall issue a current license to each nurse licensee who has met all the requirements for renewal of recognition and/or licensure and who submits the following: The completed application(s) and fee for renewal of licensure; (ii) Evidence of meeting the requirements as stated in Section 17., Continued Competency of Licensees Continuing In Or Returning To Practice of this Chapter and Section 4., Requirements for Biennial Renewal of Advanced Practitioner of Nursing Recognition in Chapter IV; and (iii) A signed statement attesting that the licensee has committed no acts which are grounds for disciplinary action as set forth in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act, WS , or if an act has been committed, the board has found after investigation that sufficient restitution has been made. Section 11. Biennial Renewal of Certification for Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides. The board shall mail an application for renewal of certification to current certificate holders on or before December 31st of every even year. The application shall be mailed to the certificate holder s last known address. (b) The board shall issue a current certificate to each nursing assistant/nurse aide who has met all the requirements and who submits the following: (ii) the past two years; (iii) (iv) A completed renewal application; Evidence of employment as a nurse assistant for at least sixteen (16) hours within Evidence of twenty-four (24) hours of inservice education in the past two years; Payment of the renewal fee as established; and (v) A signed statement attesting that the nursing assistant/nurse aide has committed no acts which are grounds for disciplinary action as set forth in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act, WS , and/or federal regulations; or if an act has been committed, the board has found after investigation that sufficient restitution has been made. (c) No certification shall be renewed unless the nursing assistant/nurse aide has been employed as a nursing assistant/nurse aide for sixteen (16) hours within the past two years and has completed twenty-four (24) hours (12 hours each year) of appropriate inservice education in the past two (2) years. Section 12. Failure to Renew.

12 Failure to receive the application(s) for renewal of certification, recognition and/or licensure shall not relieve the nursing assistant/nurse aide or the nurse licensee of the responsibility for renewing the certificate, recognition and/or license by December 31st of the renewal year. the renewal year. Application for renewal must be postmarked before midnight, December 31 st, of (ii) Any certificate, license and/or recognition issued by the board shall expire if the certificate holder or licensee fails to renew the certificate, license and/or recognition by December 31 st of the renewal year. (A) Upon compliance with board rules and regulations regarding renewal and the remittance of all fees (including additional late fees), a period of up to, but not exceeding, sixty (60) days from the date of expiration shall be allowed for renewal of certification, recognition and/or licensure. (B) The certificate, recognition and/or license shall automatically lapse if the licensee/certificate holder fails to renew by this deadline date, that is, within sixty (60) days after the expiration date of the license. (iii) A licensee/certificate holder who fails to renew by this deadline must file for relicensure and pay an additional delinquent fee. (b) A licensee/certificate holder who fails to renew his/her license/certificate on or before the date of expiration designated by the board shall result in the forfeiture of the right to work as a registered professional nurse, licensed practical nurse, advanced practitioner of nursing, or certified nursing assistant/nurse aide in the state. (c) A licensee who fails to request inactive status by December 31 st of the renewal year, may still request inactive status for sixty (60) days after the expiration date of the license without penalty. A licensee who fails to request inactive status within sixty (60) days shall be ineligible to request inactive status. (d) Any person functioning as a nursing assistant/nurse aide during the time a certification has lapsed or been revoked shall be considered as functioning illegally and may be subjected to the penalties provided for violators under the provision of the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act and the administrative rules. (e) A licensee who fails to renew the license within sixty (60) days after the expiration date of the license and continues to practice is an illegal practitioner subject to the penalties provided for violation(s) of the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act, and shall apply for relicensure in order to practice nursing. Section 13. Inactive Status. A licensee who holds a current license and desires inactive status shall submit a written request to the board.

13 (b) the following: The board may allow a licensee to place his/her license on inactive status by submitting The completed application and fee for inactive licensure status; (ii) A signed statement attesting that the licensee has committed no acts which are grounds for disciplinary action as set forth in the Wyoming Nursing Practice Act, WS , or if an act has been committed, the board has found after investigation that sufficient restitution has been made. (A) If sufficient restitution has not been made, the board may allow a licensee under investigation or with an encumbered license to place his/her license on inactive status under the following conditions: (I) At the time the licensee chooses to seek reactivation, the investigation will be continued and the complaint and investigative file will be forwarded to the board s disciplinary committee; or (II) At the time the licensee chooses to seek reactivation, the conditions of the Stipulation and Order will become activated; and (III) The probation period shall not end until the licensee has submitted evidence of compliance with the terms of the Order. (c) A licensee shall be notified that transfer of the license to inactive status shall be effective on the date of the expiration of the current license. (d) The licensee shall not practice nursing in this state until the license is reactivated. Section 14. Reactivation. A licensee who places a license on the inactive status list may apply for reactivation, and shall meet the following requirements: Submit the application and fee for reactivation to the board; (ii) Submit evidence of meeting the requirements as stated in Biennial Renewal of Recognition and/or Licensure for All Nurses, Section 10 of this Chapter. Section 15. Relicensure. A licensee/certificate holder who has failed to renew a license or certificate may apply for relicensure, and shall meet the following requirements: Submit an application and fee for relicensure to the board;

14 (ii) Submit evidence of meeting the requirements as stated in Biennial Renewal of Recognition and/or Licensure for All Nurses and Biennial Renewal of Certification for Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides, Sections 10 and 11 of this Chapter. Section 16. Reinstatement of Certification, Recognition and/or Licensure. A nursing assistant/nurse aide whose certificate has been surrendered, conditioned, revoked or suspended may apply for reinstatement. The applicant shall: order; (ii) Submit evidence of meeting the requirements established by the board s previous Submit evidence that just cause for reinstatement has been demonstrated; (iii) Chapter V: FEES; (iv) Submit the application and fee for reinstatement to the board as specified under Request to appear before the board to seek reinstatement; and (v) If reinstatement is granted, submit evidence of meeting the current renewal requirements as stated in Biennial Renewal of Certification for Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides, Section 11 of this Chapter. (b) A nurse licensee whose recognition and/or licensure has been surrendered, conditioned, suspended or revoked may apply for reinstatement. The applicant shall: order; (ii) Submit evidence of meeting the requirements established by the board s previous Submit evidence that just cause for reinstatement has been demonstrated; (iii) Chapter V: FEES; Submit the application and fee for reinstatement to the board as specified under (iv) Submit evidence of meeting the requirements as stated in Biennial Renewal of Recognition and/or Licensure for All Nurses in Section 10 of this Chapter. (c) Licenses, certificates, or permits which have been suspended solely pursuant to WS and WS (b) shall be reinstated pursuant to WS (c). The rules for reinstatement set forth in and (b) of this section shall not apply in this instance. Section 17. Continued Competency of Licensees Continuing In Or Returning To Practice. An applicant seeking licensure by endorsement, reactivation, reinstatement, relicensure, or renewal of licensure or certification shall: Submit evidence of employment if engaged in the practice of nursing for a minimum of sixteen hundred (1600) hours during the last five (5) years or a minimum of five hundred (500) hours during the last two (2) years; or

15 (ii) Submit evidence of completion of one of the following areas if not engaged in the practice of nursing for a minimum of sixteen hundred (1600) hours in the last five (5) years or a minimum of five hundred (500) hours in the last two (2) years: (A) Satisfactory completion of a refresher course or the equivalent, accepted by the board if the applicant has not practiced nursing during the last five (5) years. (I) An applicant shall submit an outline of the refresher course and content for nursing theory to the board: (1.) The course shall be at least four (4) weeks in length; (2.) The course shall include at least sixty (60) hours theory and eighty (80) hours of clinical practice under supervision of a registered professional nurse; and absences. (3.) The course shall specify a definite make-up policy for (II) An applicant shall submit evidence of enrollment and satisfactory completion of the course to the board. (B) Satisfactory completion of a comprehensive orientation program, provided by a prospective nursing employer, accepted by the board if the applicant has not practiced during the last five (5) years. (I) An applicant shall submit an outline of the orientation program and content for nursing theory to the board: (1.) The program will be at least eight (8) weeks in length; (2.) The program shall include a minimum of one hundred sixty (160) hours of clinical practice under the supervision of a registered professional nurse. the program to the board. (II) An applicant shall submit evidence of satisfactory completion of (C) Satisfactory completion, within the last five (5) years, of a nursing education program which confers a degree beyond the licensee s basic nursing education. (I) An applicant shall request the governing body to submit an official transcript to the board, verifying completion of the program. (D) Certification in a specialty area of nursing practice within the last five (5) years by a nationally recognized professional accrediting agency, accepted by the board. (I) An applicant shall submit a notarized copy of a certificate to the board, verifying certification in a specialty area of nursing practice.

16 (E) Satisfactory completion of the national nursing licensure examination or a competency examination accepted by the board. (I) An applicant shall submit a notarized verification of completion of the examination. The verification shall document that the applicant passed the examination with a minimum score as determined by the board; last five (5) years; (1.) The examination shall have been completed within the (2.) The examination shall test the competency relevant to general nursing practice or a specialty area of nursing practice. (F) within the last two (2) years. Satisfactory completion of twenty (20) hours of continuing education (I) An applicant shall submit evidence of completion of twenty (20) hours of continuing education within the last two (2) years to the board. of nursing practice; of continuing education; (1.) Courses shall be relevant to the individual s primary area (2.) Fifty (50) minutes of theory is equivalent to one (1) hour (3.) Academic courses relevant to nursing may be accepted as meeting the requirements for continuing education. A transcript shall be submitted in lieu of a certificate for acceptance by the board. Fifteen (15) hours shall be allowed for one (1) semester credit hour and ten (10) hours shall be allowed for one (1) quarter credit hour. Section 18. Continued Competency of Nursing Assistants/Nurse Aides Continuing In Or Returning To Practice. Continued competency requirements shall apply to: (ii) (iii) A nursing assistant/nurse aide seeking to renew certification; A nursing assistant/nurse aide seeking to reinstate certification; and A nursing assistant/nurse aide seeking endorsement. (b) An applicant seeking certification by endorsement, reinstatement, or renewal of certification shall: Submit evidence of employment as a nursing assistant/nurse aide for a minimum of sixteen (16) hours during the last two (2) years; and

17 (ii) past two (2) years; or Submit evidence (a log) of twenty-four (24) hours of inservice education in the (iii) Submit evidence (a log) of having completed three (3) hours of inservice per quarter and/or twelve (12) hours per year if the period of certification has been less than two years. (A) The log shall certify the completion of inservice education and include: The name of the inservice course; The date(s) of the inservice course(s); The number of hours of the inservice course(s); The name and address of provider; and The authorized signature of provider or designated representative. (I) (II) (III) (IV) (V) (c) A nursing assistant/nurse aide who is unable to provide satisfactory verification of inservice training will be required to meet the requirements for certification by examination. Section 19. Denial of Issuance or Renewal of Certification, Licensure, and/or Recognition. The board may deny issuance or renewal of a certificate, license, and/or recognition for: recognition; Failure to fulfill all the requirements for certification, licensure, and/or (ii) Violations of the standards of nursing practice, the board s administrative rules and regulations, or the Nursing Practice Act. (b) A licensee or certificate holder, who has been denied licensure, recognition, or certification, may request a hearing before the board to show cause why that decision should not be affirmed. The applicant has thirty (30) days from the receipt of the notice to request a hearing to show cause before the board. (ii) The applicant s failure to request a hearing within thirty (30) days from the receipt of the notice shall result in the board s decision becoming final. Section 20. Verification of Licensure/Certification To Another Jurisdiction. Upon receipt of a signed form requesting verification of licensure/certification to another jurisdiction and the appropriate verification fee, the board shall complete and return the verification form to the jurisdiction specified by the licensee/certificate holder.

18 Section 21. Change of Name and/or Address. A licensee/certificate holder shall notify the board of any changes in name and/or address within ninety (90) days of the change. (b) Any notification from the board shall be mailed to the last known name and address provided to the board by the licensee/certificate holder, and shall be deemed proper service on said licensee/certificate holder. (c) The licensee/certificate holder who has changed his/her name shall complete a change of name affidavit form. Upon receipt of the completed change of name affidavit form and the previously issued license or certificate, the board shall reissue a license/certificate in the applicant s current name. Section 22. Duplicate License/Certificate. A duplicate license/certificate shall not be issued. (b) A licensee/certificate holder shall immediately notify the board if a license or certificate has been lost, stolen, or destroyed. (c) A statement from the board verifying current licensure or certification status may be sent to an employer, another jurisdiction, or any other institution as requested by the licensee or certificate holder.

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